New publication: Analysing irrigated crop rotation patterns in arid Uzbekistan by the means of remote sensing: A case study on post-Soviet agricultural land use

New publication: Analysing irrigated crop rotation patterns in arid Uzbekistan by the means of remote sensing: A case study on post-Soviet agricultural land use

written by EORhub

September 9, 2015

CottonGeneral statements on continuous Soviet-style cotton cultivation in Uzbekistan are challenged. GIS analysis shows areas of diverse rotations but also cotton monocropping, focal points for improvements of the crop rotation systems.

 

The article is available under http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S014019631530032

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